RDP Manager recommendation

Hi all. Can anybody recommend a decent free RDP manager. (Must be free or very low cost)

I'm mainly connecting to Windows Servers and need to connect by different credentials a lot of the time, so would like something that will store credentials and let you switch them easily.
Connecting to linux / SSH would be beneficial but not as important.

Thanks very much.
jamiegfAsked:
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Ali Raeis-MohammadCommented:
Devolutions Remote Desktop Manager works great for us.
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jamiegfAuthor Commented:
Hi Ali.
I'm actually using this, however, in the free version, I cannot save and switch around credentials. For example, log in to a server as "jamie". then log out and log back in to the same server as "Administrator". The Templates are greyed out for the free version.
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
I manage multiple servers and workstations and Windows Remote Desktop saves credentials in Credential Manager. That works for me
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RoninCommented:
Define LOW COST ...
1$? 50$?
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jamiegfAuthor Commented:
@ John Hurst - im looking for more of a console type window.

@Ronin  -  $50 would be okay. Not much more though. I do not want to pay an ongoing subscription for "support" either like on Devolution's product.  I'd be hoping not to need support in the first place considering the small functionality I need.

I did use to use a free version of Visionapp back a few years back but it doesn't seem to like too many Server 2016 connections at once.
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RoninCommented:
I have been using Royal TS V4, it's 46$
https://www.royalapplications.com/ts/win/buy
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Scott SilvaNetwork AdministratorCommented:
See if Terminals suits you.
https://github.com/terminals-Origin/Terminals
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jamiegfAuthor Commented:
Scott, is there a way to save Credentials. So when i do "Connect as" i get a list?
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Scott SilvaNetwork AdministratorCommented:
You can save credentials, and you can save favorites IE... A server/credential pair
Not sure if you can just open random server with cached favorites...
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jamiegfAuthor Commented:
Thanks for all the solutions from everybody.
Royal TS fits the bill for me as I specifically need to log in as different users - and its very easy to do so with this product.
Thanks very much Ronin for the suggestion.
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